Mark and Peter discuss hobby progress and how many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop.
Segment 1: So you want to be a writer. Peter Walks through his journey in writing. Advice received in the Adepticon Black Library classes. Suggestions for moving your own writing goals forward as well as where he plans to go from here.
Segment 2: Mark and Peter answer listener questions on running campaigns, map campaigns, narrative missions and the possibility of a Battle for Detros Mitus mission pack.
Battle for Detros Mitus: We take you back a few years to where it all began.
I’m sure many of you are wondering where have we been. Rest assured we are still around, in fact I’m busy editing Episode 38.
Mark has been insanely busy balancing school, family and his day job. I have been busy with Adepticon, the Black Library submission, as well as finishing up my own children’s story ‘The Adventures of Tenian Fieldmouse’.
So hang in there, a new episode is on it’s way.
If you are wondering what I’m up to from day to day, follow us on twitter @ngc40k
Cant wait to dive into these. They keep looking better and better.
My mailbox made me smile today.
I did what I set out to do, finish the Primarchs book before the next one arrived. Roboute Guilliman by David Annandale was an excellent read, I highly recommend it to all our listeners.
I’m expecting to find just as epic a tale written about Leman Russ in the next book in the Primarch series. I’ve enjoyed other works by Chris Wraight, so I can’t wait to dig in and tell you about it.
Stopped by the local Fitchburg Warhammer store today. They had me at Corax. Always great service, thanks gents.
Just finished this little gem over the weekend while camping. Six exciting short stories from some great authors. I recommend giving it a read.
Cover to Cover, inside and out, this book is impressive. So glad I decided to get in on this series. I’ll have to set a new goal for myself, read it before the next one is released.
As I head off to Adepticon, I check a few last things before making my way to the Windy City. One of those things is my emails. Low and behold something from Black Library. I open it an this is what I find and I start to giggle. Pop up 40k books for my children. . . Black Library for the Win!
Don’t worry, I understand this is an April fools joke.